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Tourist tail-off in Estonia

Jul 30, 2007
By Mike Collier

TALLINN - The number of tourists visiting Estonia dipped by 26,000 in 2006, according to official government statistics.

In 2006 1.4 million foreign tourists were recorded staying in accommodation in Estonia, a reduced number despite a considerably expanded stock of rooms available.

The main reason for the decrease in the total number of foreign tourists given by Statistics Estonia was a decrease in the number of Finnish tourists. The number of Finns visiting decreased by 6 percent, recording the first drop in more than 10 years.
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